Painted Image [LP]

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Format: Vinyl
Label: FAT POSSUM RECORDS
Rel. Date: 01/18/2019
UPC: 767981167213

Painted Image [LP]
Artist: Liz Brasher
Format: Vinyl
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Following a breakout year for Liz Brasher, including cross country tours with rock and roll legends The Psychedelic Furs and The Zombies as well as Red Wanting Blue, today she's announced her follow up to her Outcast EP from earlier this year with her debut full-length album coming on Fat Possum Records January 18th, 2019. Today sees the first taste of the new album with "Love Feasts" before Brasher heads back on the road with The Psychedelic Furs for an east coast run this fall. Speaking to the single Brasher says ""Love Feasts" is a stream of subconsciousness that came out of me in maybe 10 minutes. It was fast. I had been reading poetry, the book of Jude, and doing a lot of self-reflecting. In turn, it came out as a mixture of beautiful imagery wrapped in darkness. It's not about any one particular thing. It's a song you can look at from different perspectives and still find new meaning over time. At its core it begs the listener to be watchful of who they let in to their intimate space. It also asks them to always forgive when they have been wronged (the inevitable). To undergo purification, reconciliation, and ultimately completely letting go of what has happened."Liz Brasher's debut album showcases her robust voice, accompanied by her technical guitar playing and allegorical songwriting, with her inspirations stemming from a myriad of musicians, wandering from Pops Staples to surf guitar icons The Ventures. Brasher has a punch to her playing on record, but when it comes to her live performances, she is an absolute powerhouse show stopper. Brasher distills this passion and vigor into eleven powerful tracks on her debut LP.Liz Brasher's Painted Image sees this fiery vocalist and band leader digging into her past and present to create music that is as timeless as it is refreshing. Hers is a diverse sound rooted in the influence of Brasher's two homes: her adopted hometown of Memphis; and her childhood stomping grounds in rural North Carolina, where she was raised in a musical, multi-ethnic household that i